**MA 099 Elementary Algebra Developmental Math**

*Prerequisite: Placement code 2 or MA 098*

Elementary algebra: including linear, quadratic, and rational equations, exponents, polynomials, graphing linear and simultaneous equations, factoring, and radicals.

*Offered every semester. 3 remedial credits. Credits do not count towards graduation*

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**MA 105 Survey of Mathematics**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: Placement code 3 or above

Financial management, probability theory, voting methods and other topics selected to improve the quantitative literacy of students.

*Offered every semester. 3 credits.*

**MA 110 College Algebra**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: Placement code 5 or above

Properties and applications of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations and inequalities; complex numbers.

*Offered every semester. 3 credits. Credit will not be awarded for both MA 110 and MA 131.*

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**MA 130 Number and Operations for Teachers**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: Placement code 5 or above

Develops understanding of the mathematical content of number and operations at the deep level required for successful elementary and middle school teaching.

*Offered every semester. 3 credits.*

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**MA 131 Patterns, Functions and Algebra for Teachers**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: MA 130 with a grade of at least C

Develops understanding of the mathematical content of patterns, functions and algebra at the deep level required for successful elementary and middle school teaching.

*Offered every year. 3 credits. Credit will not be awarded for both MA 110 and MA 131.*

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**MA 132 Geometry, Measurement, Probability and Statistics for Teachers**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: MA 130 with a grade of at least C

Develops understanding of the mathematical content of geometry, measurement, probability and statistics at the deep level required for successful elementary and middle school teaching.

*Offered every year. 3 credits*

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**MA 150 Statistics I**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: Placement code 4 or above

Descriptive techniques, elementary probability, and introduction to statistical inference.

*Offered every semester. 3 credits. Credit will not be awarded for both MA 150 and MA 302.*

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**MA 190 Precalculus**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: MA 110 with a grade of at least C- or placement code 6 or above

Analytic geometry; exponential and logarithmic functions; trigonometric functions, identities and equations, systems of linear equations and inequalities, applications.

*Offered every semester. 4 credits.*

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**MA 193 Special Topics in Mathematics for First-Year Students**

*All "193" courses are approved for LASC but may vary by section. See current course listing for specific LASC area approval.*

Prerequisite: Placement code 5 or above or permission of instructor

Introductory level course covering topics of special interest to first-year students. Offered only as a First-Year Seminar.

*Offered every 3 years. 3 credits.*

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**MA 200 Calculus I**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: MA 190 with a grade of at least C- or Placement code 7

Limits, continuity, differentiation and integration of functions, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, L'Hôpital's Rule, applications including related rates, optimization, and area.

*Offered every semester. 4 credits. Credit will not be awarded for both MA 200 & MA 202*

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**MA 201 Calculus II**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: MA 200 with a grade of at least CTechniques

of integration, infinite sequences and series, power series, applications including area, volume, and functional approximation.

*Offered every semester. 4 credits.*

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**MA 202 Business Calculus**

*Prerequisite: MA 110 with a grade of at least C- or Placement code 6 or above*

Limits, derivatives of algebraic functions, integration, business applications.

*Offered every year. 4 credits. Credit will not be awarded for both MA 200 & MA 202*

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****MA 220 Discrete Mathematics**

*LASC—Quantitative Reasoning*

Prerequisite: MA 190 or MA 200 with a grade of at least C- or Placement code 7

Sets, algorithms, directed graphs, relations, matrices, equivalence relations, partial orders, functions, logic, mathematical induction.

*Offered every year. 4 credits Credit will not be awarded for both MA 220 and MA 240*

**MA 240 Theory of Proof**

*Prerequisite: MA 200 with a grade of at least C- (may be taken concurrently with permission of the department)*

Logic, set theory, mathematical induction, relations, functions, sequences and convergence, limits and continuity, congruence, introduction to groups.

*Offered every year. 3 credits. Credit will not be awarded for both MA 220 and MA 240*

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****MA 260 Linear Algebra**

*Prerequisite: MA 220 or MA 240 with a grade of at least CSolutions*

of simultaneous equations by means of matrices and determinants, vector spaces, linear transformations. Optional topics: characteristic values, bilinear and quadratic forms.

*Offered every year. 3 credits.*

**MA 290 Discrete Mathematics II**

*Prerequisite: MA 220 or MA 240 with a grade of at least CCounting*

techniques, permutations, combinations, factorization, modular arithmetic, binary numbers, Boolean algebra, recursion and recurrence relations, graphs and trees, elementary linear algebra.

*Offered every year. 4 credits.*

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**MA 302 Probability and Statistics**

*Prerequisite: MA 200 with a grade of at least CProbability,*

descriptive techniques, inference, correlation, regression, chi-square, ANOVA, contingency tables.

*Offered every year. 3 credits. Credit will not be awarded for both MA 150 and MA 302.*

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**MA 303 Mathematical Modeling**

*Prerequisite: MA 201 with a grade of at least CThe*

development and application of deterministic and probabilistic mathematical models from the physical, social and life sciences.

*Offered every 2 years. 3 credits.*

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**MA 304 Data Analysis**

*Prerequisites: MA 302 and CS 265 with grades of at least CCase*

studies combining applied statistics, mathematical statistics, mathematics, computing, and communications to simulate work experience of a practicing statistician.

*Offered every 3 years. 3 credits.*

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**MA 310 Calculus III**

*Prerequisite: MA 201 with a grade of at least CVectors,*

parametric equations, polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, multivariable functions, properties and applications, partial derivatives, multiple integrals.

*Offered every year. 4 credits.*

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**MA 320 Ordinary Differential Equations**

*Prerequisite: MA 310 (may be taken concurrently) with a grade of at least CTechniques*

for solving first and higher order differential equations, Laplace transforms, Fourier series and power series solutions.

*Offered every year. 3 credits.*